Ace Powell Original Oil Painting of Native American Girl
Painted on Board: 16″ tall x 10″ wide
Framed and matted
Frame Size: 22″ tall x 16″ wide
Signed: On front with Powell’s classic Ace of diamonds card
Condition: Has evidence of moisture damage on back of board and on mat. Painting itself appears ok. Minor wear and tear to frame.
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Powell felt he was most successful working in oil, but he also produced watercolors and etchings in addition to sculptures in bronze, terra cotta, and wood.
Ace Powell was a prolific painter, etcher, and sculptor of Indian, cowboy, and horse imagery in the tradition of Charles Russell. Powell was born in Tularosa, New Mexico but grew up in Apgar, Montana where his father worked as a wrangler, packer, and guide at Glacier National Park. He attended high school on the Blackfeet reservation in Browning before enrolling at Montana State University. In his early twenties, Powell worked as a wrangler on the Bar X6 ranch out of Babb, Montana, managing horses for the Glacier Park concessionaire. As a youngster, Powell became acquainted with Charles M. Russell whose summer home, Bull Head Lodge, was located in Apgar. Encouraged by Russell and his protégé, Joe de Young, he took a few private art lessons, but most of his early training came through trial and error and observing the work… Continue reading on artist page